For the swatches below, I did not use the Infinite Shine base or top coat in order to most clearly showcase the formulation of the colors. For the full Infinite Shine effect, the full three-step system should be adhered to.
Don't Provoke the Plum!:
This is a pretty bright plum cream. The formulation is very rich and pigmented; I almost got away with one coat but I used two just in case.
|Don't Provoke the Plum!, two coats with no top coat.|
A soft pink nude, Half Past Nude is very sheer. I used three coats for the swatches below but there was still some patchiness.
|Half Past Nude, two coats with no top coat.|
In the bottle this shade looks like a smoky soft orange but when swatched it appears a bit brighter. The formulation is nice and rich, I used two coats for the swatches below.
|In Familiar Terra-tory, two coats with no top coat.|
This is a pale white with a tint of pink. The formulation is slightly sheer; I needed three coats for a mostly opaque coverage.
|It's Pink P.M., three coats with no top coat.|
A sophisticated camouflage green, Olive for Green is surprisingly sheer. Although this is a cream, the formulation is visibly streaky. I used three coats for the swatches below.
|Olive for Green, three coats with no top coat.|
This is a pretty baby blue. Creamy and nicely pigmented, Reach for the Sky is an easy two-coater.
|Reach for the Sky, two coats with no top coat.|
A bright baby pink, Rose Against Time is quite sheer-three coats for a mostly opaque coverage.
|Rose Against Time, three coats with no top coat.|
This is a soft orange sorbet cream. The formulation is fairly sheer, I needed three coats for the swatches below.
|Sunrise to Sunset, three coats with no top coat.|
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